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... and First Mate has ridden her bike every day. There is a bridge she passes under that seems to be a favorite frolicking spot for the manatees as they have been there every day. Captain does not even have to leave the boat to see the manatees as they abound in this marina. This is our last night in Cocoa and we will celebrate by going to a French restaurant (ooh, la,la!) Then, you guessed it. We will get up bright and early and hit the good old ICW. Next stop, Daytona Beach.
... make it difficult to tender passengers ashore (there is no pier at GSC).
Extremely disappointed, I boarded a shuttle bus at 6:34 and felt upset as we drove back to Port Canaveral. Great Stirrup Cay is supposed to be beautiful and a fantastic experience. I was really looking forward to it – the small island was to be the highlight of this cruise for me. It’s harsh to all the sudden get word that the stop has been canceled. In addition ...
... largest structure in the world by volume and was the largest when completed in 1965. Located on Merritt Island, Florida, the center is north-northwest of Cape Canaveral on the Atlantic Ocean. It is 34 miles (55 km) long and roughly 6 miles (10 km) wide, covering 219 square miles (570 km2). At the hight of the space race over 500,000 people worked here now about 13,100 ...
I met my sisters, and we drove to Cape Canaveral. Linda made arrangements for us to spend one night on our return at the Radisson where we could park our car for free while gone. We arrived at the hotel, and there are lots of people there. It is an organized chaos though.
We arrived on the ship, ate a delicious lunch at the Seven Seas Dining Room, unpacked our bags, and then proceeded to roam the ship. There ...
... untanglement. Have to sell the Orlando house and I will use the Indialantic area as my home base.
I fell in love with this area about 25 years ago. I had just left a job with Carnival Cruise Lines where I was a purser. I didn't want to live in South Florida anymore. I found it pretentious and materialistic. I was looking for the real Florida I had always dreamed about since I was a child growing up in New York.
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